South Waziristan, July 16: Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has sent their first batch of Mujahideen fighters to Syria to fight, alongside with the freedom fighters, against the President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, FRC learnt.
An important commander of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan while talking to FRC here on Tuesday, with the condition of anonymity, endorsed the stance of the organization regarding Syrian crisis and told that dozens of TTP mujahedeen have been sent to Syria to fight for the freedom of Syrian Muslims.
“In the first phase we have sent Mujahideen to Syria but on limited scale”, said the commander.
He stressed that in future such more delegations/ groups would be sent to Syria and its decision would be taken on appropriate time, “We will sent many more Mujahideen to Syria but on appropriate time”, said the commander.
While talking about the Syrian Muslim hardships he stressed that the organization, TTP, is determined to render help and alleviate the hardships of Muslims of Syria in their struggle against the Asad’s regime. “Asad’s regime has been suppressing our Muslim brothers since long and we consider it an obligation to render help to them at this crucial stage of their freedom movement”.
He further elaborated that TTP would help Muslims all over the globe. “TTP is determined to fight against all those who harass Muslims around the globe”.
The decision has come at a point where the Assad’s forces are gaining considerable advances with the backing from Shiiate fighters from Hezbullah group.
The current Syrian crisis have been launched since March 2011 and regarded as a part of Arab Spring that surfaced at the start of the second decade of twenty first century.
Rebels have been demanding resignation of Bashar al Assad whose family has been ruling the country since 1971. In order to quell the rebels, army was deployed with the orders of President Assad since April 2011 that incurred high casualties on the rebels by resorting to firings upon their demonstrations; however the rebellion has taken an ugly shape with the passage of time since its inception.